What planet does Labours leader live on.

The Labour leader will today commit his party to free movement within Europe when he announces plans for a ‘migrant impact fund’ at the party conference in Liverpool. Ruling out curbs on free movement, he will tell his party’s annual conference: ‘We will not sow division or fan the flames of fear.’ Instead he will unveil plans for a ‘migrant impact fund’ to build schools and hospitals in under-pressure areas

Labour took us to the precipice and today they ask for our vote to edge us over. Where does all this Money come from? Corbyn will borrow, Labours only answer. History tells us of their mistakes we can’t afford to offer them another chance.Perhaps if Labour decide to build they can use the PFI system, hmm one more disaster.

Well it looks like Labour along with a Ten pound minimum wage will offer a migrant impact fund.Where will all this cash come from.

The Labour leader will today commit his party to free movement within Europe when he announces plans for a ‘migrant impact fund’ at the party conference in Liverpool. Ruling out curbs on free movement, he will tell his party’s annual conference: ‘We will not sow division or fan the flames of fear.’ Instead he will unveil plans for a ‘migrant impact fund’ to build schools and hospitals in under-pressure areas

Labour got us in a mess and today they ask for our vote to dig us deeper in the –hit pile.

Keeping the red flag flying Labours Trots are back controlling the roost.

Labour in La-La-Land: Socialism is back crows McDonnell as he pledges to borrow £500bn, state benefits for ALL as party plunges into fresh round of infighting and incompetence.

Who the makes this up borrow £500 billion and state benefits for all it’s not for me to say but this sort of policy must have been thought up in the back room of the local boozer on the back of a fag packet.

You have to hand it to Corbyns Labour.

merchandise mocking maimed soldiers including a ‘paralysed Action Man’ and leaflets offering ‘free prosthetic limbs’

  • Merchandise sold at a stall run by Momentum, group backing the leader
  • Controversial souvenirs included leaflet advertising Payday Loans 4 Kids
  • Work created by ‘artist’ Darren Cullen but is sold by grassroots movement

A ‘paralysed Action Man’ leaflet mocking veterans with limbs blown off and mugs urging people to join the British Army to ‘make stuff dead’ are being sold by supporters of Jeremy Corbyn.

The merchandise, being peddled at a stall run by Momentum, the insurgency group backing the leader, was criticised for being highly offensive to veterans.

Other controversial souvenirs included a leaflet advertising ‘Payday Loans 4 Kids’, spoof Army recruitment merchandise advertising ‘free prosthetic limbs’ and a poster depicting a cattle truck with the sign ‘Refugees are Coming’.